MOPAN Survey 2005 - Synthesis Rapport Perceptions of Multilateral Partnerships at Country Level
MOPAN is a network of nine donor countries which jointly conduct an annual inhouse survey of multilateral partnership behaviour in developing countries (partnerships with national governments, civil society and other bilateral and multilateral development agencies). The Survey is based on the perceptions of MOPAN member embassies or country offices, arising from their day-to-day contacts with the multilateral organisations (MOs). The MOPAN Survey is not an evaluation and does not cover actual results on the ground. The objectives of the Annual MOPAN Survey may be summarized as follows: (a) better information and understanding of MOs, their roles and performance by decision-makers concerned, parliamentarians and the general public in the MOPAN member countries; (b) better informed dialogue with the MOs, both at HQs and the country level; and (c) improved overall performance of MOs at the country level.